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Perp walks and privacy

Michael Jackson in 2004 Jackson after his 2004 arraignment on child molestation charges. (Robyn Beck/AFP/File 2004)
By MATTHEW GILBERT
GLOBE STAFF / July 2, 2009

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Supposedly, Michael Jackson was a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Even his face was hidden behind surgical masks and the permanent mask of plastic surgery. Talking to interviewers, from Oprah in 1993 and Barbara Walters in 1997 to Martin Bashir in 2003, he seemed like a distant and unknowable star of indefinite gender. He was considered the ... (Full article: 453 words)

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